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17 January 2017
In this book, Wim Denslagen explores how travellers described the cityscapes of London, Paris and New York, three world capitals admired for their beauty.
13 January 2017
Mayke de Jong and Irene van Renswoude edited a special issue in which they explore the public debate in Late Antiquity and Early Medieval Western society.
Radio garden
13 January 2017
The online platform Radio Garden allows users to explore an interactive globe filled with radio’s past and present.
13 January 2017
In this book, Karin van Es develops a comprehensive understanding of liveness today, and clarifies the stakes surrounding the category of the ‘live’.
11 January 2017
This book deals with the question how various technologies can be used to archive, share, understand, and create dance movement.
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Events

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Friday 20 January 2017 09:30 to 16:30
On the 20th of January Holocaust memorial day will be held at Utrecht University.
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Friday 27 January 2017 14:30 to 15:45
Sem de Maagt analyses and offers a partial defense of a so-called Kantian constructivist account of morality.
Monday 30 January 2017 09:15 to 17:15
Ecogames are imaginative spaces for playing and learning, expressing often contested moral and political values.
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Friday 3 February 2017 10:00 to 12:15
Workshop in honour of PhD thesis defence Eva Poortman on the effects of conceptual knowledge on the interpretation of plural constructions.
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Friday 3 February 2017 14:30 to 15:45
In her dissertation Eva Poortman studies the interpretation of plural sentences and its connection to conceptual information in the human mind.
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New publications

17 January 2017
In this book, Wim Denslagen explores how travellers described the cityscapes of London, Paris and New York, three world capitals admired for their beauty.
13 January 2017
Mayke de Jong and Irene van Renswoude edited a special issue in which they explore the public debate in Late Antiquity and Early Medieval Western society.
13 January 2017
In this book, Karin van Es develops a comprehensive understanding of liveness today, and clarifies the stakes surrounding the category of the ‘live’.
11 January 2017
This book deals with the question how various technologies can be used to archive, share, understand, and create dance movement.
11 January 2017
Ingrid Hoofd (Media and performance) considers recent transformations in 21st century higher education across Europe and Asia.
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